[poo l-kee; Spanish pool-ke] /ˈpʊl ki; Spanish ˈpul kɛ/
a fermented milky drink made from the juice of certain species of agave in Mexico.
/ˈpʊlkɪ; Spanish ˈpulke/
a light alcoholic drink from Mexico made from the juice of various agave plants, esp the maguey
1690s, from American Spanish pulque, of unknown origin, said to be a word from Araucanian (native language spoken in part of Chile), or else from some language of Mexico.
[pool-ke-ree-ah] /ˌpul kɛˈri ɑ/ noun, plural pulquerías [pool-ke-ree-ahs] /ˌpul kɛˈri ɑs/ (Show IPA). Mexican Spanish. 1. a tavern selling pulque.
[puhl-sahr] /ˈpʌl sɑr/ noun 1. Astronomy. one of several hundred known celestial objects, generally believed to be rapidly rotating neutron stars, that emit pulses of radiation, especially radio waves, with a high degree of regularity. /ˈpʌlˌsɑː/ noun 1. any of a number of very small extremely dense objects first observed in 1967, which rotate very […]
[puhl-seyt] /ˈpʌl seɪt/ verb (used without object), pulsated, pulsating. 1. to expand and contract rhythmically, as the heart; beat; throb. 2. to vibrate; quiver. /pʌlˈseɪt/ verb (intransitive) 1. to expand and contract with a rhythmic beat; throb 2. (physics) to vary in intensity, magnitude, size, etc: the current was pulsating 3. to quiver or vibrate […]
[puhl-suh-til, -tahyl] /ˈpʌl sə tɪl, -ˌtaɪl/ adjective 1. pulsating; throbbing. /ˈpʌlsəˌtaɪl/ adjective 1. beating rhythmically; pulsating or throbbing pulsatile pul·sa·tile (pŭl’sə-təl, -tīl’) adj. Undergoing pulsation.